Link Love: 7/30/2010

  • The extremely flammable nitrocellulose film used before 1951 led to an estimated 80 percent of silent films being destroyed by fire. Now a site called Lost Films is working with museums and the public with a Wiki approach to ID unidentified films that have been found. [via Slate.com]
  • What do you do when you have too much paper, but too little time? A new Facebook page run by records management folks gives lots of advice. [via Jennifer Wright, SIA]
  • The Smithsonian’s collections search center, collections.si.edu, is now smart phone friendly, so you can browse away on the go!

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